ESVONC Abstract Presenters Bio

Heike Aupperle-Lellbach

1988-1994 Studies of Veterinary medicine at Tierrztliche Hochschule Hannover. 1994-1997 Graduation at Institute of Veterinary-Pathology at Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Leipzig. 1997 -2010 Postgraduate Assistant at Institute of Veterinary-Pathology at Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Leipzig. 2009 Postdoctural lecture graduation (Habilitation) at Institute of Veterinary-Pathology at Facultyof Veterinary Medicine in Leipzig. Since 2010 Privat lecturer at Institute of Veterinary-Pathology at Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Leipzig. Since 2010 Working in diagnostics and research at Dept. Pathology Laboklin GmbH, Bad Kissingen. 1999 Specialty (Fachtierrztin) of Veterinary Pathology. 2007 Specialty (Fachtierrztin) of Bee Diseases

Miriam Kleiter

Associate Professor VetMedUni Vienna, Department for Companion Animals and Horses, Head Platform Radiooncology and Nuclear Medicine and Oncology Service, Small Animal Internal Medicine
2001- 2005 Radiation Oncology Resident and Research Associate, College of Veterinary Medicine NCSU, USA. Education: June 2010: Habilitation (Venia docendi) at VetMedUni Vienna. July 2007: Defacto recognition Dipl ECVIM-CA (Oncol). Sept. 2003: Radiation Oncology Board Certification Examination (Dipl ACVR-RO). Other Professional Activities. Committee functions: Since 2011: ROECC (RadOnc Education & Credential Committee, ECVIM-CA). 2008-2011: Vice President ESVONC. 2008-2011: Scientific committee member ECVIM-Ca annual congress. Residency Training: Since 2009: Program Director & Resident Supervisor of Residency Training in Oncology (ECVIM-Ca) at VMU Vienna. Membership: ECVIM-CA, ESVONC, ACVR, VCS, VK, GRO

Antonella Borgatti

Dr. Borgatti is Associate Professor of Oncology at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center. She graduated CUM LAUDE from the University of Torino, Italy. After three years in general practice, she received a scholarship to pursue specialized training in oncology at North Carolina State University where she subsequently remained as a Research Associate, Oncology Intern, and Clinical Instructor in Oncology. She completed a Residency in Comparative Oncology at Purdue University where she also received a Master of Sciences Degree in 2006. Dr. Borgatti became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Oncology) in 2006 and a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2007. She worked at a specialty referral hospital in North Carolina for two years before joining the faculty at the University of Minnesota in 2008. She is a Member of the Masonic Cancer Center and of the Animal Cancer Care and Research Program at the University of Minnesota, the Director of the Clinical Investigation Center at the University of Minnesota, and?<span>the Director of the Oncology residency program

Ondrej Petr Škor

Academic Qualifications: Diplomate Degree awarded by European Colleague of Veterinary Internal Medicine. Date awarded: April 13th, 2017. Veterinary Degree awarded by Veterinary and pharmaceutical university Brno, CZE. Date awarded: June 25th, 2008. Postgraduate Experience July - August, 2008: Veterinary clinic Usti n.L., Czech Republic. General practise: October, 2008 June, 2009 Department for Companion Animals. Veterinary Pharmaceutical. University Brno, Czech Republic, Internship (Internal Med.). July, 2009-February, 2011 Jaggy Clinic Praha and Brno, Czech Republic, Internship. March, 2011-November, 2012: Animal Clinic Praha Internal medicine and Oncology. March, 2013-June 2016: Residency training, Vetmeduni Vienna, Austria. Since 2017: PhD study Vetmeduni Vienna, Austria.

Konstantinos Rigas

Konstantinos graduated from the Veterinary school of the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki,Greece. After a few years working as a general practitioner in Greece (2010-2014) and UK (2014-2016), he completed a rotating internship at the Animal Health Trust in September 2017. Following that, he attended a specialty internship in oncology at the AHT before joing the University of Liverpool in June 2018

Jennifer Willcox

Dr. Jennifer Willcox is an assistant professor of clinical medical oncology at the University of California, Davis. She received her veterinary degree from Ohio State University in 2008, followed by a small animal rotating internship at a private practice in California. She then pursued an oncology specialty internship at a private practice in Tampa, Florida and a fellowship performing bone marrow transplants in dogs with lymphoma at North Carolina State University. Subsequently, she stayed on at NC State to complete a medical oncology residency. She became board certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (oncology) in 2014. Prior to her return to the west cost in 2015, Dr. Willcox held a one-year clinical instructor position with the University of Missouri. Her research interests include cancer imaging techniques such as positron emission tomography (PET) and clinical trials geared toward novel therapeutic/drug development.

Quentin Fournier

Quentin graduated from Alfort Veterinary School (Paris, France) in 2014, and completed a rotating internship in the Small Animal Hospital of the Veterinary Campus of Vetagro-sup (Lyon, France) in 2015. He then moved to UK to take part of the Small Animal Oncology service of the R(D)SVS (Edinburgh, UK), initially as an Oncology intern, and then joining the ECVIM-CA Oncology residency programme, which he completed in 2019. He recently came back to France, and currently leads the Oncology service of the Veterinary Hospital Frgis in Paris.

Malgorzata Ossowska

QUALIFICATIONS: - Degree in Veterinary Medicine, Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences , Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Poland (2011). Publications - Treatment of multicentric or cranial mediastinal high-grade T-cell lymphoma in dogs with a first-line CCNU-L(-chlorambucil)-CHOP protocol. M. Ossowska, E. Teske, L. Beirens-van Kuijk, M. Zandvliet, J.P. de Vos, Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift, 2016, 85:275-284. Short communications: Oral presentation: Progression Free Survival of dogs with high-grade T-cell lymphoma, treated with L-CHOP or CCNU-L-CHOP-based protocols as first-line therapy, M. Ossowska, E. Teske, L. Beirens-van Kuijk, M. Zandvliet, J.P. de Vos, ESVONC Annual Conference Vienna 2014. Poster Diagnostico ecogrofico de un polipo duodenal felino, Sanchez E., Ossowska M., Clemente Vicario P., AMVAC, 2016 - Poster - ?Grade 4/5 loxal toxicity with treatment with standard electrochemotherapy protocol of labial squamous cell carcinoma in 2 cats?. Ossowska M., Sanchez E., Kravech N., Guizar O., Clemente P, ESVONC 2017. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE: 04.03.2019- 06.03.2020 - North Downs Specialist Referrals, oncology internship. 29.01.2018-01.02.2019 - North Downs Specialist Referrals, rotating internship. 01.07.2014-31.12.2017 - Veterinary Clinic La Merced, Calpe (Alicante) clinician veterinarian, full time ,with rotations in Emergency and Internal Medicine - June 2016 to June 2017 oncology internship in Veterinary Clinic La Merced under supervision of a board-certified oncologist (DACVIM) - The oncology internship includes external rotation in services of internal medicine (2 weeks), diagnostic imaging (2 weeks) and clinical pathology (2 weeks) in Veterinary Hospital at Universidad Aut?noma Barcelona. 02.09.2013-08.06.2014 - De Ottenhorst Veterinary Oncology Referral Center Terneuzen, the Netherlands oncology internship.

Carrissa Wood

Attended the University of Missouri College Of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2013. Completed a one-year rotating internship the Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center in Westbury, New York. Completed an oncology focused specialty internship at the Animal Cancer Care Clinic in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Complete a three-year oncology residency at Texas University Small Animal Hospital in College Station, Texas. Currently employed at IndyVet Emergency and Specialty hospital practice limited to oncology. 

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